WWE NXT Super Tuesday Results, September 1, 2020

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NXT aired on Tuesday this week due to the NHL Playoffs as the company aired the first night of the ‘Super Tuesday’ program, with no competition from AEW Dynamite for the third week in a row.

Street Fight | Isaiah ‘Swerve’ Scott and Breezango def. Ledgado del Fantasma: A chaotic bout with lots of action ended with Scott hitting the JML Driver on Santos Escobar to win the match. Towards the finish, Scott and Fandango dived off a forklift onto the heels, who were joined by Imperium.

Tegan Nox cut a promo and talked about her friendship with Candice LeRae, and willing to do whatever it takes to make it better.

Candice LeRae def. Kacy Catanzaro: LeRae picked up an easy win over Catanzaro after stomping her onto the mat.

Post-match, LeRae said that Kacy and Kayden Carter’s partnership reminded her of LeRae and Nox, and invited Nox to dinner at her home to talk it out.

Timothy Thatcher def. Bronson Reed: A distraction from Austin Theory allowed the submission specialist to apply the Fujiwara Armbar for the win.

Mercedes Martinez accepted Rhea Ripley’s challenge for a Steel Cage match on next week’s episode of NXT Super Tuesday.

Fatal 4 Way Iron Man Match for vacant NXT Championship | Adam Cole vs. Finn Balor vs. Johnny Gargano vs. Tommaso Ciampa: After a series of initial offenses, Finn Balor pinned Cole to go 1-0 up after a Coup de Grace. Gargano picked up a point after pinning Balor, who was hit by a Fairytale Ending from Ciampa. Cole hit the Panama Sunrise on Gargano to secure a point for himself.

Ciampa hit another Fairytale Ending on Cole as all the stars were tied at one pin a piece. As the timer counted down to the final 90 seconds, Balor hit the Coup de Grace on Ciampa to make it 2-1-1-1, but Cole attacked him with The Last Shot at the very end, resulting in a tie.

William Regal announced a singles match between Cole and Balor to determine the NXT Champion next week.

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